Every time the scene is switched among one another; it shows the progress in their activity i.e. group of men approaching with dead corpse wrapped in a white cloth, cluster of women in chador digging and the young innocent girl piling stones. No special effect or animation is done with the documentary. The video filming is done in a simple manner but the story behind reflects huge controversial
so that he looks weak and distraught. After analyzing all of these effects, it becomes apparent how important the actions of the camera truly are. This movie would have been completely different if the camera had been looking at the actors from only one position. Camera movement and angles are what captivate the audience to keep their attention throughout the entirety of the whole film. Sometimes a simple camera movement can make all the difference in the
The movie shows this message through visuals, with the help of design principles that accentuates the purpose. The fact that it does not pinpoint a particular time of history or event, and instead, focuses more on the futuristic and technologically advanced capitalism and importance of reality television is so that it bring surface more of what will happen in the future, more than just what happened before. It raises awareness on what is going on in the world, driving them to do something about it. This shows me how much communication is utmost crucial in the process of making my final product, and what factors will aid the deliverance of my ideas. ‘The Hunger Games’ series talks about world war and other social problems through the protagonist as the emblem, without any of the ideas obscured in any way.
The movie is about a simple boy with a calling on his life. He has to jump threw obstacles in order to find his dream and along the way he meets people who help him to become stronger/ wiser mentally, physically, and spiritually. My goal for the film it to allow the audience to connect with the movie on a deeper level. To be able to connect with a film that is not only creative but one that can impact their lives and allow them to reflect on what obstacles have been in the way of the dreams. Santiago is an adventurous boy.
In the play, the ending is MAMA coming into the apartment for the last time to find her plaint that she almost forgot, but the movie completely skips over that part. Besides the inside layout of the apartment the movie also includes sections outside the apartment. The play circles around the apartment and only ever mentions the outside world, we never get a description or a scene where the viewer is watching the scene form the outside of the apartment. In the movie, the camera shows the outside world more than once. Some examples were when the movie showed Walters meeting with his friends, in the bar.
There are several shots during the course of the film where there is sound from the actions being taken rather than just the narrator and the background music. As an example right after the narrator explains about how they get fish. There is a scene where one of the crew clubs one of the fish that landed on the deck and you can hear the thumping
Many scenes would have been deemed irrelevant in typical films, such as the small talks Lucas has with Theo, Marcus, and others. However, The Hunt uses these scenes as a way of displaying how normal, relatable and real the story can be in everyday life. The common phrase “stand in my shoes” thus becomes essential in film when a spectator seeks to understand a character. Introducing a point-of-view (POV) helps in relating one’s self to the role that is played on the movie screen, therefore fabricating a connection between viewer and character. Per Persson (n.d., 64) asserts that the range of view or eye line matching shots play an influential role in placing the spectator in the character’s position.
These deaths occur due to three delinquents choosing to partake in illegal and dangerous acts which don’t always have a good ending. This film included scenes in which the audience wonders how a blind veteran can kill three people, kidnap a woman, and lock her up with no help. As a spectator, this film is worth watching for entertainment and a lesson to take away for those who break into homes. This film centers around the dangers and repercussions of breaking into homes not knowing how safe one will be and if they will make it out. It provides a lesson for viewers to be couscous of valuable items held in their homes and to not go showing them off as a way for strangers to know one obtains these valuable
In the film , the conflict was easily found. Since it is a film ,its very easy to tell what the conflict is because the mood changes. Therefore the conflict was found easily To conclude, all three have there own P.O.V, conflict and characters. At the end they all combine together to make sense. They still all have there differences and similarities.